VJIC: Photography and the Holocaust: "Nazi Photographic Perspectives"

 
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Subject: VJIC: Photography and the Holocaust: "Nazi Photographic Perspectives"
Date: November 13th 2021
VASA Journal on Images and Culture

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VASA Journal on Images and Culture
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"Photography and the Holocaust:
Then and Now "

Second essay: Nazi Photographic Perspectives


Editor: Robert Hirsch (USA)

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Children Auschwitz Mugshots, circa 1943-1944. 
Attributed to Wilhelm Brasse. Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Oswiecim, Poland.


The Stroop Report: These bandits offered armed resistance (original caption), 1943.
Unknown photographer. Vad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel.

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VJIC Theme: "Photography and the Holocaust: Then and Now"

This theme assess how photographs are an element in a larger systemic universe, deriving
from multiple personal and community economic/political/psychological/social and technical perspectives.

Theme editor: Robert Hirsch
Robert Hirsch is an artist, author, curator, educator, photographic historian and former Director of CEPA and Southern Light Galleries. Hirsch’s work has been exhibited in over 200 international solo and group exhibitions. His visual and written projects can be viewed at: www.lightresearch.net

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Jewish brothers from Subcarpathian Rus await selection on the ramp at Auschwitz-Birkenau, 1944. Ernst Hofmann or Bernhard Walter. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC.

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VJIC Table of Content series includes: Hungarian Photography (Sandor Szilagyi), Phenonology of Photography (Ione Manzali) the Quantum and the Visual Arts (Dan Duda), Artist Unique Language (various authors) and The Idea of a Wall (Stefano Ruffa)


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